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What do OT's do?
A lot. 
Here are a few examples: 

 

  • Help to manage the "just right" amount of energy for a situation.

  • Help to de-sensitize uncomfortable textures, temperatures, noises, etc.

  • Provide strategies and tools for sensory seeking or avoiding behaviors.

  • Help to establish routines for self-care (i.e. getting ready for school).

  • Teach how to strengthen core muscles.

  • Help managing "too big" reactions with transitions or changes.

  • Introducing new foods to picky eaters.

 

Our occupational therapist(s) are available for 1:1 or group treatment. 

$125/Session